School district recognizes retirees for years of service

The Beaufort County School District recognized employees who retired this year.

“It’s an honor to recognize these educators and thank them for their service,” said Acting Superintendent Jackie Rosswurm.  “They have played key roles in our district for many, many years and have made innumerable contributions to the lives of children in Beaufort County.”

The district retirees were honored at a meeting of the Beaufort County Board of Education.

Here is a list of 2013 retirees from Northern Beaufort County schools:

• Norma  Allen, Battery Creek High

• Bruce Beasley, Beaufort High

• Diane Bosco, St. Helena Elementary

• Almetia Brown, Beaufort High

• Cecilia Cain, Battery Creek High

• Sherry Carroll, Broad River Elementary

• Charletta Case, Robert Smalls Middle

• Cathy Catoe, District office

• Margaret Chancellor, Lady’s Island Middle

• Marvel  Chisolm, Whale Branch Early College High

• Penney Dawson, Battery Creek High

• Mary Emerson, Lady’s Island Middle

• Adelle Finley, Broad River Elementary

• Bonnie  Goldinger, Food Services

• Earnestine Griffin, Broad River Elementary

• MaryLou Gruel, Port Royal Elementary

• Debra Hahn, Broad River Elementary

• Hope Harper, Beaufort High

• Jerline Jenkins, Broad River Elementary

• Kay Keeler, St. Helena Elementary

• Linda  Keene, Mossy Oaks Elementary

• Kristy Kelnhofer, Mossy Oaks Elementary

• Catherine Littlejohn, Beaufort Middle

• Barbara Mason, Beaufort High

Helen McAfee, Beaufort High

• Sandra Murray, St. Helena Elementary

• Patricia Owings-Alley, Lady’s Island Elementary

• Mary Parker, Beaufort Elementary

• Julianne Petroff, Battery Creek High

• Shirlean Polite, Food Services

• Irene Rhodan, Beaufort Elementary

• Lettie Robinson, Robert Smalls Middle

• Scott Shipsey, Lady’s Island Middle

• Edna Singleton, Whale Branch Elementary

• Catherine Thomas, Whale Branch Middle

• Mary Wallace, Lady’s Island Middle

• Isabella White, Whale Branch Middle

• Nancy Williams, Adult Education

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